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Down AP and removing it from Controller

Good day.  We have have an Aruba 6.4 wireless controller.  We recently had an AP malfunction.  Aruba sent a replacement AP which was connected to the network and is appearing in the Default AP group.  Now I want to remove the down AP from the database.  Is it removed via the command line using the clear gap-db wired-mac command?  Or can I do this using the GUI?  We want to provision the new AP with the same name as what the down AP had.  Just want to verify I have the correct process to remove the down AP from the database.  Thanks in advance.


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Re: Down AP and removing it from Controller

Yes, you can delete the defect AP with the command "clear gap-db wired-mac". In 6.x there is no GUI command for that, this feature is recent add in the latest ArubaOS 8.6 version.

 

If your new AP is "up" in the default ap-group, just re-provision it with the correct name and ap-group.

 

Kind Regards Marcel Koedijk
HPE ASE Flexnetwork | ACMP | ACCP | Ekahau ECSE Design - Was this post usefull, Kudos are welcome.

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Re: Down AP and removing it from Controller

Yes, you can delete the defect AP with the command "clear gap-db wired-mac". In 6.x there is no GUI command for that, this feature is recent add in the latest ArubaOS 8.6 version.

 

If your new AP is "up" in the default ap-group, just re-provision it with the correct name and ap-group.

 

Kind Regards Marcel Koedijk
HPE ASE Flexnetwork | ACMP | ACCP | Ekahau ECSE Design - Was this post usefull, Kudos are welcome.

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